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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD

OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES & SON, EDITORS.

THE PAST-THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE.

FROM MARCH TO SEPTEMBER 1829–VOL. XXXVI. OR,

,
VOLUME XII.-THIRD SERIES.

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BALTIMORE:
PRINTED BY THE EDITOKS,

AT THE FRANKLIN PRESS, WATER-STREET, EAST OF SOUTH-STREET.

Averwanity, the surgeon, anecdotes presentatives on the memorial of the 219: Bridgewater, the eari of, dies 10,

116 company 41; progress of the road, 122: bishopric of London, 317: Buck
Adams, Jolin Q. bis correspondence &c. 53; letter from certain engineer's ingham, Mr. 105–see East Indies:
aith certain gcndemen of Massachu- of in England to the president of the bull baiting 275: Burke, the body-sel-
setis noticed 1, letterio I'm. Pionar company 92; report of do. to the pre- ler 4, 68, 86, 104, 167: bis accomplice
and repiy, widi extracts 17; corres sident and tirectors 273; iron import- Hare

103
pondence with J. A. llamilton 87, 93; ed for 235: stockholders in 349; m- Calicoes, returns of printed '338:
judge Goulil's reply, with letters of junction ou the company 365; estimat- Canada--gee Canada: Catholic and
Nicssrs. Hillhouse, &c. 153 to 156,174; id cost of the road from Baltimore to Catholics, cathedrul 167: chapels 266:
Mr. Hamilton's letter to the erlitor of the Point of Rocks 386; riots on 409 Wellington, Anglesea and Dr. Curtis
the N. York Evening Post 172; Mr. Banks and banking the tłoboken 4, 6: allecdotes of ministers 115: lord
Plumer to'tir. Hamilton 173; liistory bank tails 49; bank of the U. States Anglesea 38: duke of Northumber-
of bis administration proposed1; cor- 123; dividend $17; ine bank of the land 38: disabilities 66, 129, 138: Wel-
respoudence with certain citizens of Commonwealth of Kentucky 52, 181; lington to Leinster 68: Gration to the
Steubeaville 107; do. with certain of proceedings in the N. York legislature same 91: of Mr. O'Connell 38, 65, 68,
New Jersey 106; invited to a public respecting, &c. 102, 194; see New 87, 121, 166, 255, 272, 287, 320, 37L:
Jinder x Boston 361; on his retire- York--an essay on the state of the excitement on the question” 55, 68,
ment from the presiden y 17, 145 currency 209; 'notes of the banks of 88, 98, 117, 120, 137, 148, 223: the

Adams, John, a declaration of 334 the U. States refused in deposite 222; rent” 137, 255: association 98, 228:
Adams, Geo. W. drowned 104,271 bank of Columbia, N. Y. 223; Patter the case in parliament 98, 120, 202:
Adams, Mary Ann, dies

119 son bank 235; Middle District bank Wellington to Winchelsea and plan
Audison, on the spirit of party 54 284; Central bank of Georgia 317, 351 of reliei, &c. 135, 166, 183, 202: votes

Africa- Caille's expedition to Burbury powers, extinction of 152 of the peers 202: Catholic petrs 137,
Timbuctoo 36. See Liberia.

Barbour, James, minister to Eng. 226, 254, 364: Protestant opposition
Africans in Baltimore
410 land

65, 308, 339 | 301: emancipation checks emigration
Alabama--clectioneering in 165; Barnsley, Godfrey

271 317: renewed disturbances 415: clergy
great storm at Tuscaloosa

235 Barry, Mrs. the actress 289 364: cannon captured at Navarino 225:
Alligator, a large one

164
Battle, loss of life in

131 cabinet, changes in the 367, 384: M.
Almeida, confined at Porto Rico 179

Baytes, the sulphate of 34 Cavendish, 384: "church in danger"
"American sagacity,” British no- Bells, weight of several 87 | 117: Cobbelt, Williaru, 255: church
tions of

307
Benjamin, Levi, dies

223 livings 255: cotton, prices of 223: sce
Anniversary, observance of the 332 Benning, Mr. shot by C. Wickliffe cotton: Curran, Mr. 4: corn laws, the
Appointments to office, former sen-

65, 349 255, 257, 287: of the averages 291:
timents respecting 161, 196, 267, 313, Benton, T. H. his reports and bills crime, in Ireland 408: Cumberland,
315. See editorial and appointments on the patronage of the executive 265, the duke of, and captain Gartb 139,
Etiquette observed in relation to 152;

292 to 296, 323 147: currency and commerce ot 420:
Mr. Williams' letter, &c. as to the Berrien, John McPherson, of Geo. Curtis, William, dies 55: Custis, Mrs.
dismissal of Mr. Norton 181, 244; Mr. (1; declines a public dinner at Sava- dies

51
Faton's letter to Mr. Nourse 163 nah, Geo. 253; gen. Call's charges Dary, sir H. dies 367: debt, plari

Appointments by the president, &c. against him 268; to deliver an oration for liquidating 395: Diorama, the, de
civil 5, 34, 67, 102, 119, 133, 149, 163, at Princeton college

118 stroyed by fire, 320; distresses--gee
181, 199, 234, 377, 410; naval 67; mi- Biddie, com. his entry into Cadiz manufacturers, causes of, &c. 331, 411,
litary 67, 143; "ominous” rumors as 37; his correspondence with the baron 412, 414: Dudley, lord, 226
10 the necessity of
143 da Prata

126 East India company, Mr. Bucking-
Arkansas territory-census of 23 i Blockade, the right of, &c. 100, 117; ham’s exposition of the affairs of, dis-

Army of the U. "States-order of case of the Dolphin 101; correspond-cussions in parliament, &c. 105, 221,
the war department pardoning Wm. ence of coin. Biddle and the baron de 223, 272: commerce with the E. 1.
Huston, alias Hart 91; the fourth regi- Rio da Prato, relative to the blockade' 349: Edinburg murders 4: see Burke:
ment 235; appoiutments in the 67,143; of Buenos Ayres

126 emigration to America 151: excise
decision in the case of captain Gantt Boston-houses building in 3; sales laws, effects of the

321
204; case of gen. W. Scott 114; troops of American goods in 29, 67; prices Fauquhar's heirs 220: finances, 159:
to proceed on the Santa Fe road 182; and sales of wool 82, 83, 234, 298; the Rour and grain, prices of &c. 4, 38,
visiters of the military academy 269; N. E. society 270: dinner to Mr. 68, 87, 132, 145, 166, 223, 230, 270,
their report 311, 350; graduates 325; Green 222: expenditures 85,271: toasts 413: importation of wheat, &c. in
case of col. A. R. Woolley 525 drunk at 50; old spirit of Boston 325; 1828, 118: "free trade” discussion in
Auctions, great meetiug in N. York "Boston report" 3, 249; the location parliament

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opposed to, with the report of a com- of the city 235; “Gazette” noticed 35, Garth, capt. 139, 147: gloves, im-
Inittee on the evil effects of
18+ | 65, 377; brig Attentive, of 50; Buno ported

166
Austin, James T. his remarks about ker Hill monument

318 Hare, the accomplice of Burk, 103:
the old parties
305 Bowman E. dies

149 Irish freeholders

202
Austria-regulations of cominerce Brunch John 1: invited to dive at Jews, the

257
with 199; war with Morocco 385 Halifax

Kean, the actor 255: Kentuckian, a,
Baker, Joon of Maine, correspond- Brazil-treaty with 65; with the U. sirleen feet high 255: king, plate for
ence respecting, beiseen Messrs. Sestes 109 to 112; Portuguese arrive the 54: his speech

87, 396
Clay, Lawrence and loud Dudley 29 10 at Rio 224; the currency 224; slave Lind in Ireland 584: Limerick, affray
32; correspondence oi lord Aberdeen trade in 105, 162: abuses of the custom at 396: Lindsey, Richard, 36: Lush-
and Mr. Laurence 190 i 16 bouse 105; insurrection 2:4; French ington, Mr. killed

321
Baldwin, tieory

35 ships at Rio, xc. 105; American claims Malibran, madam 293: malt, ef-
Ballard, capt, of lie C. S. Davy, on 199, 201; French 199; British 224; fect of excise Jaws on 321; manufac-
sword presented to 131, 555 conveni lands 199; American vessels lurers--distresses, &c. among 104,
Dates, E. and Geo. McDuflie

33 captured 201; correspondence between 122, 151, 166, 254, 256, 268, :70, 272,
Baltimore--improvements in 3; do- com. Biddle and the baron of da Pra- 287, 292 340, 396: McCartney, Dr.
mestic goods shipped from 19; trade ta

126 167: Manchester riots

340
with Lancaster, Pa. 86; rapid rise of Brick, Berry's "premium”

Navy of the U. States, noticed in
the city 268; severe weather, price of Great Britain and Ireland. parliament 113: Daval vessels lost 167:
wood in, &c. 4, 147; inspections 119; Ascot races, 413: Atlas newspaper Northumberland, the duke of 86: his
vessels 119; chemical preparations 300: Anglesea, lord 4,53, 156 plate 167: bis entertainments 255
made in 130; the Independence (steam Brunswilkers, meetings of 55-see O'Brien, the rev. Dr. B. dies 50:
boat) 164; Edward Johnson dies 147; Catholic question: budget, the 256, O'Connell, Mr. see Catholic &c.
the screw dock 2:18, 317; Centenary | 304; banks stop payment 273: bank of Parliamentary courtesy 219: parlia-
celebration 397; sunday school celes England 384; Barbour, Mr. Ameri-ment--opening of 68: Peel

, Nr. see
bration

414 can minister, 65, 308, 339: beer, &c. Catholic question, and 121: Pelham,
Baltimore und Ohio rail road-Seemabulactured 168: borlies, unlawful Mr. 198: pirates 104, 151, 166, 321:
ro? malli-raport of the house of re-i disintervient c: 973: boroughmongers, Portugal, inc affairs of 367, 384, 397

115

301

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police of London 226: poor rates 220: f arriving in 256: "rights or BritJus'* in ze stad 13: lievanker, Mr. 4**
population of the empire 118: reve-

350 appropriations for 1809, 20: Arki..
nue, the, and expenditures 5, 104, Canais-The Morris canal $; see sas territory 23: array asylum 17:
116, 166, 256, 306, 320, 504: priests congress. Projected trom Schenees; appropriation bills the various !), 1..
hired

289 tady to takes Oswego and Ontario 52; 10, 22, 24, 25, 26: armeries and arse-
Scarleit, sir James 320: Scott, sir the Delaware and Hudson 181: stute nals
Walter 192: S. American loans 223: of the tund in N York 117; N. Y. Baltimore and Olo rail road 15, 41:
Souther, Robert, 350: steam coach canal tolls 222; Mr. Mitchell's re- Daitimore barbor 2: Bartlett, Mr. 16.
108: spirits, consumption of 273: stock marks about we Chesapeake and Ohio barrucks in Missouri 23: Bassett, Mr.
dividends 398: sugar, W. Todian 367: 53; corner stone of the first lock laid 23: Bates, Mr. and Mr. MeDuffie 53
Stephensou, Rowland, the banker, va- 235; nficers of the company 271; Baker, Jolin, of Maine 29 109: Ber-
rinus notices of 5, 36, 51, 68,151, 219, the Dismal Swimp 55, 67, 116, 154, rien, Mr. 61, 62: bb, Geu. N.
222, 223, 29; apprehended in New 252; the Chemung 13 l; cost of keep- Canals, the Chesapeake and Dola
York with the proceedings 51, 65, 219 ing the N1. canals in repair, &c. ware 13, 23, 26, 27, 55: the Dismal

Taxes, Brilish 393—- see poor rates: 286; Tibbitts’ plan for disposing of Swamp 21: Louisville and Porvand 27:
tariff, the American, certain papers the revenue from 306; canal between Cambreleng, Wr: 25; cash duties, re-
concerning sent to the house of con- the Auantic and Gulf of Mexico, re. Art on 157: chair, appeals from the
mons 53: proceedings relative to no- port of the engineers 189; the Cayuga decision of the 26, 27,57: census, the
tieel 66: English notices of the repeal and Seneca 222; canais in the Ú. S. fith 15: Chambers, Mr. 61, 62, 00:
of 413: Tickell, Mr. 4: tobacco raised a list of 187; canals in Pennsylvania cominerte and navigation of the U.S.
in Ireland 52: duty on in England 117: 86, 101, 370; the Pennsylvania cand 14: constitution, amendment of the 14,
smuggling of 151: perinission given to board 119, 134, 147, 118, 268; the 15: cotton and wool, vilke of the er-
Irish planters to raise it free of duty Chesapeake and Ohio 16 l; canal along ports of 26: Crittenden, J. J. 94;
256: "Tom Thumo," the American the viouocacy 30: the Chesapeake Cumberland road, &c. 1.1, 21, 23: Mr.
borse 270: tonnage, amount of arrived and Delaware opened 317; canal Rodolpla's soie concerning il: cus-
at the different ports 202: trade, she through the lusole Shoals 319; the storns, emoluments of the officers of
state of 371; Trant, Mr. anecdote of Farmington canal 114. Delaware ca- 12: bonds taken by the collector's of,
226 nal

101 &c. 22: customs, ameniment act, tbe
Usher, Dr. dies

149

Cannon, P. the murdertss 141, 202 British
Ward, Geo. dies 167: Wellington, Canova's group of Graces 149, 177 Debates, Gales and Seaton's Register
the duke of 4: duel with Winchelsea Carpets, manufacture of 383 of 30: Ducatur, Susan, 26, 57: Detroit,
151: his leiter to the duke of Lienster Carroll, gen. of l'en. sword pre-road from to Chicago 13, 24; Jisburse a
68: the bishop of Salisbury's letter to sented to

368 ments in the several stales 91: Disiaal
him 166: insulted 167: extract from Castor oil, anti-tariff

2 Swamp canal): cuties, caslr payments
one of his speeches on emancipation Catholic question-see Greut Bril- of, &c. 13. report on
202: reported rupture with the king ain and Ireland and editorial,” re- Exploring expedition, correspond-
273: said to be bribed 412: West, B.joicings in the U. States on the paso ence, &r. concerning 7: exports if the
sale of his picture gallery 167: wines, sage of the bill

1200 U. S. since 1820, 20: exeuntive busi-
the duty on Prench 255: woman dis- Chemical preparations made in the ness, yeas and nays on motions to go
eguised as a man 54: wool, low price | U. States

130 into the consideration of 90: executive
of 337: Westminster Abbcy on fire 255 Chili-afairs of the republic 225 journal

Sa
· York minster burned, &c. 89, 122, China-interesting items from 230 Florida

25
255 Children, mammoth

Gent, relating to the treaty of 13, 23
Brooks, J. G. cxtraet from a specch Chouteau, col. Auguste dies 68 Jual of Die house 35, 58: Hanscatic
of

371

Cirele, quadrature of tire 87 republic 13: Hamilton, Mr. 27: Ilayne,
Brown, Amos dies

50
Clapp, Joel, dies

119 Mr. 13, 22, 23, 61: Tíolines, Mr. 23,
Brown, Davul an: Jonathan, die 223 Clay Mrs. El a ball given to 161

60
Buenos Ayres-Murder of Dorrego Clay, lleory, dinner to him at Wash- Indians, the 24, 25, 27: Indian de.
54; his letter to his wife 07; contracts ington and his speech 39; invited to partment, appropriations for 29, 21,
to bring colonists rescinder 105; Mr. dine with the managers of the Balt. 33: internal improvenients within the
Forbes' letter to Lavalle 66; Lavalie's "fancy rag ball” 91; omes with the states 16: amount expended for
letter to Mr. Forbes on his interposi- mechanics, &c. at Wheeling, Va. 115; Jickson, Andrew, his letter to the
tion for the safety of Dorrego 207; anecdole of "ile orita and the ing" sepate announcing his readiness to tak.
Luis Dorrego's letter to Mr Forbes 115; dinner to him at Freddcrick, Md. the oath ot oflice PS: see presiilent.
207; correspondence between Mr. 124; letter to the coinmittee of citi- Lands, survey of the public 13, 15:
Forbes and Velcz 229; another revo- zens of Middlesex and Essex coun- expenses of the general land ofice 13:
lution 105, 183; liberty of the press in lies, N. J. 125; toast complimentary appropriated to the several states 2
162; disorders 225, 289, 332, 380; ad-to 319; reaches home 119, 161; Mr. the Yazoo 57: report on the distribu-
miral Brown 122, 288; the Montene. Clark nominated for the district lion of money arising from 2 15 10 248:
ros 2240988; the war with Santa Fe formerly represented by Mr. C. 161; acres of within the limits of the severa?
183, 380, privateering abolished 22.7, correspondence with certain citizens states 259: tables shewing the quanti-
229; beseiged by Rosa 9 288, 333, 380; of Barestown, &c. 5.15, 413; dimner ty of public lands in each state ani!
blockade i 20; enrollment of foreign to him at Lexington 234, 268; his how appropriated, &c. 261, 37)
ers 288; proelarnation of Lopez gov. speech at length 399 to 401; courte- Vallary, Vir. 25: Macomb, on the
of Santa Fe 288; insult to the French sies towards him

207 establ slucent of an army asylum 176:
consal 333; he places the subjects of Coleman, William, dies 333 MeDuthie, Mr. 20: his affair with Mr.
France in charge of Mr. Forbes 33.3; Coale's Mne nonika,"

186 Bates S3: incssengers, payinent of 23:
the vessels captured by the French Coal, from the Schuylkill 280; from Mexico, trade with 13: canal project-
squadron given up
386 the Mahany inines

394 ed 20: Mississippi land company 16,
Bunker llill monument
318 Cold, suilerings from

37 29,57: mint, seignorage at the 13: Mit-
Cabinet, vf the

1, 17, 317 Cofrin, admiral his present to a chell, Mr. 53: Monroe, James, claims
Callioun, J. C. an error in a letter church

86 of

16
of

577 Columbia, the District of-scene at Navy, pension fund 15, 25, 26, 114:
Calicoes, manufacture of 283, print- the Georgetowo nunnery 319; marine use of spirits in the 16: hospital fund
ing in England

338 barracks 3; dinner to Mr. Clay in
Cambreleng, C. 112--see evlilorial Washington

39 Paeilie occan, expedition to-seu
and congress. Public dinner to him Columbus, Irving's life of 102 erporing expedition: Panama instruc-
in Washington, N. C. 116; his hub. "Columbiar Gazette" the newspa- tions 22, 33, 49: debate on the matter at
dred per cent calculations

346 length i9, 5310 61,69: message of the
Canadla--Forufications in 140; great Commerce aod navigation of the U. presklent concerning the 21: discus-
dam at the Hog's Neck 168; Ameri- S. statements of

1 sion on the motion to print, with the
can flour imported 254; notions of

Congress.

yeas and mys 2: do, on transferring
American character 269, affairs of al- Acts, passed at the latė session 21: them from the legislative to the exe-
loded to in parliament 272: settlers 'adjournment 27: Alabama 10: Albco I cutive branch of the strate, 21, C?

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